SYNOPSIS OF THE TALK
The last two decades have demonstrated the growing asymmetrical nature of international security threats. Terrorism, cyber-attacks and nuclear proliferation have redefined security norms. The monopoly of nation states using force is eroding. State boundaries are proving meaningless as non-state actors play an increasingly powerful role in defining global security.
CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING
- Threat to digital security is growing and mutating continuously. While e-commerce, artificial intelligence, data offer opportunities for profitable businesses, the environment urgently needs to augment digital trust, active defence and design a resilient architecture.
- The new world order post 9/11 is multi-polar with a mix of nation-states, regions, cultures and shadowy non-state players. It needs globalization to succeed. Paradoxically, the political reactions the process evokes counters its very intent.
- National security is no longer about securing one's borders. It is dependent on the ability to navigate safely through the global commons – sea, air, land and cyberspace that facilitate the passage of goods, people, communication and data. Yet, emerging trends are threatening the freedom of action for all.
Theme: Security 360
The conference aims to bring together global industry leaders, strategic security practitioners, policy makers, media and businesses on a single platform to obtain a 360-degree perspective on geo-political threats with a focus on asymmetric threats. Keynote presentations and panel discussions will give participants a rare chance to interact and learn from leading security and cyber experts and solution providers from around the world.
We look forward to seeing you at Synergia Conclave 2017